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BMMS ch 2 Early Man

Ch. 2

hunter-gatherer person who obtains food by hunting animals and gathering plants, and moves when food becomes scarce
nomad a person who moves from place to place
migration the act of moving from one place to settle in another
technology the ways people apply knowledge and tools to meet their needs
religion the worship of God, gods, or spiritual elements
domesticate to grow and tend wild plants or animals
agriculture planting of seeds to grow crops
slash-and-burn the clearing of land for farming by cutting and burning vegetation
irrigation the watering of crops with canals, ditches, or pipes
surplus an amount of a good that is in excess of what is needed for survival
specialization a skill in a particular work
artisan a person trained and skilled in a craft
social class group of people with similar customs, background, training, and income
government ways of creating order and offering leadership
Agricultural Revolution the shift from food gathering to food producing
Created by: fish